On Friday 17th and Saturday 18th of January, a series of solo exhibitions by graduating Fine Art students will be launched. These shows will be held every two weeks in January and February.

The shows are a part of the final projects of students and are a platform to try out their artistic vision and decision making within the framework of the programme. The final projects are part of a two year MA programme where students have developed their own methods, research and context. This spring the students will also partake in a graduation group exhibition at The Living Art Museum at The Marshall House.

The master's degree in Fine Art is based on the above-mentioned solo exhibitions and critical reflection on it, a work in the group exhibition in The Living Art Museum, professional work methods, as well as a master's thesis, which presents methods, content input, context and presentation of final works. The exhibitions are in Kubburinn, the department‘s gallery in Laugarnes and RÝMD, the department‘s student gallery in Breiðholt.

Schedule:

January 17th: Lukas Bury – Kubburinn opening at 5pm – 7pm
January 18th: Sabine Fischer – RÝMD opening at 5pm – 9pm

January 31st: Nína Óskarsdóttir – Kubburinn opening at 5pm – 7pm
February 1st: Fanney Sigrid Ingólfsdóttir – RÝMD opening at 5pm – 7pm

February 14th: Hugo Ramon Llanes Tuxpan – Kubburinn opening at 5pm – 7pm
February 15th: María Sjöfn Dupuis Davíðsdóttir – RÝMD opening at 5pm – 7pm

February 28th: Mari Ane Bø – Kubburinn opening at 5pm – 7pm
February 29th: Kirill Lorech – RÝMD opening at 5pm – 7pm